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Whale and Crane

Test structures up to thousands of tons.

With a range of bags designed to test everything from cranes to flightdeck elevators and from bridges to lifeboats, we have the solution for virtually every load testing challenge.

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  • 29/03/2017

    Come join us @ OTC 2017 Booth #4301

    Offshore Technology Conference • 1-4 May 2017 • NRG Park • Houston, Texas, USA Booth # 4301 Come visit our booth to learn more about Water Weights and our full offering of products and services. We...
  • 14/03/2017

    Testing Tech position available in our GA location.

    Water Weights Inc. has a testing technician position available in our Suwanee, GA location. Job description follows. Please send your resume and salary history to mike.hoffman@waterweightsinc.com or by fax to 678 730...
  • 15/11/2016

    Water Weights Now Available Locally in Houston, TX & Mobile, AL!

    Water Weights Inc. has pleasure in announcing that Water Weights bags, associated rental equipment and products are now available for rent and turnkey service locally in both Houston, TX and Mobile, AL. The unique...
  • 12/05/2016

    Not only for big load tests....

    Water Weights are not only for big tests. Small capacity bags (500 lbs to 15 tonnes) are also available for rent, sale or turnkey service from all Water Weights locations. Ask about our specialist low headroom bags...
  • 16/03/2016

    Crane Load Testing- From a Repairer’s point of view!

    Crane Load Testing- From a Repairer's point of view!Load Testing- From a Repairer's point of view! By: Bruce MacPherson Certified Boom Repair Service, Northeast ASME B30.5-2011 5-2.2.2 guides decision making...
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